Samos Island Airport is a popular international airport on Samos Island, Greece. This airport is named after Aristarchos of Samos, an ancient astronomer and mathematician, and lies within 5 km from the nearby town of Pythagorio. Samos Island Airport features a single short runway serving both arrivals and departures. This airport is operated by Fraport AG/Copelouzos Group joint venture, and it serves Vathy. The best thing about this airport is that there is only one terminal in this airport and also have five boarding gates, and none of the boarding gates has jet-bridges. Samos Island Airport includes passenger facilities that are split across two floors, and it offers a duty-free shop and a small café. This airport is also known as Aristarchos Airport, this is the main airport on the island of Samos Greece and offers both international and regional flights, though many of these are seasonal. You may also find many small lounges for passengers arriving aboard business and private jets. You can charter a private jet to Samos Island Airport with Air charter services. It would be best if you visited this airport to enjoy its beauty in the best possible manner.